Peter Amewu, Gender Minister, others to be honored at 7th ever UCIA Global Achievers Awards

At least 35 distinguished individuals and organizations will be honored at the forthcoming 7th UCIA Global Achievers Leadership Awards set to be held on Friday 27th September, 2019.

The event which will be held at the Windy Lodge Conference Hall in Winneba will see government officials, Businessmen, Educationists and other successful organizations  receiving various awards.

Some of the personalities to be honored on the day include; Hon. John Peter Amewu(Energy Minister), Hon. Cynthia Mamle Morrison(Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection), Hon. Owusu Benito Bio (Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources), Hon. Mavis Hawa Koomson (Minister for Special Development Initiatives) amongst several others.

The facilitator of the event; Bishop Dr. Kwame Aburam Anoff Snr. who is also the UCIA Executive Chairman in an exclusive interview told Bernard Buachi of www.rawgist.com that the event  which will be held under the theme “Being an ethical leader in an unethical world” will seek to highlight some important challenges in society especially in the area of leadership and seek to lead the way in a search for solutions.

Already, several successful politicians, leaders, clergy and entrepreneurs have received honors from UCIA. Bishop Dr. Kwame Aburam Anoff Snr. believes that the awards encourages performance that drives the nation forward. He hopes the awards will continue to inspire the young and impact the country greatly.

Official Nomination List

The following Personalities and Institutions have been nominated:

  1. Hon John – Peter Amewu – Energy Minister
  2. Hon Joseph Mensah – Kwesimintim MP
  3. Hon Owusu Benito Bio – Atwima Nwabiagya North MP / Deputy Minister for Lands & Natural Resources
  4. Hon Cynthia Mamle Morrison – Agona West MP / Minister for Gender, Children & Social Protection
  5. Hon Naana Eyiah – Gomoa Central MP / Deputy Minister for Lands & Natural Resources (Mines)
  6. Hon Andrew Egyapa Mercer – Sekondi MP
  7. Victor Yankson – CEO of Olympic Arena Hotel
  8. Hon Mavis Hawa Koomson – Awutu Senya East MP / Minister for Special Development Initiative
  9. Hon Habib Saad – Bortianor / Ngleshie Amanfrom MP
  10. Hon George Nenyi Andah – Awutu Senya West MP / Deputy Minister for Communication
  11. Stephen Yeboah – CEO of Lucky Herbal Hospital
  12. Hon Felix Ofosu Kwakye – Former Deputy Minister of Communication
  13. Hon James Avedzi – Ketu North MP / Deputy Minority Leader
  14. Hon Isaac Adongo – Bolgatanga Central MP
  15. Hon Frederick Opare Ansah – Suhum MP
  16. Hon Ahmed Ibrahim – Banda MP / Deputy Minority Whip
  17. Hon Andy Appiah Kubi – Asante Akyem North MP / Deputy Minister for Railways.
  18. Hon Vincent Odotei Sowah – La Dadekotopon MP / Deputy Minister for Communication
  19. Hon Cassiel Ato Forson – Ajumako Enyan Esiam MP
  20. Hon Edward Bawa – Bongo MP
  21. Hon John Abdul Jinapor – Yapei Kusawgu MP / Former Deputy Minister of Energy & Petroleum
  22. Hon Francis Kingsley Ato Cudjoe – Ekumfi MP / Deputy Minister for Fisheries & Aquaculture
  23. Hon Eric Opoku – Asunafo South MP / Former Brong Ahafo Minister
  24. Hope Restoration School
  25. Young Executive School
  26. Lucky Herbal Hospital
  27. Talented Royals School
  28. Pharmatrust Professional CollegeWestfield International School
  29. Conad Real Estate Ltd
  30. Hazelway International School
  31. Mama Jane International School
  32. Abbeam University College

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